- couch + bound (Wiktionary)
“I kinda need to step back from social media - always a temptation when you're couchbound - and get some work done.”
“Thirty degree drop in just a few days, so I am couchbound watching Dexter Season 3.”
“I've been couchbound for yesterday and it's looking like today, too.”
“Crying foul, some fans have become couchbound financial coaches, fretting that clubs will have a hard time paying their debt or affording new players.”
“They're fans, but they're not silent, couchbound consumers of media.”
“The songs on the latest, The Fallen Leaf Pages (Merge), find a single midtempo groove and unpack every corner of it; it's a perfect sound track for either the predawn hours after a party or the hungover, couchbound Sunday afternoon that follows.”
“This applies especially to "depression" - a term I air-quote because it's enormously imprecise abouit not just degree and duration of symptoms -- that is, whether you're sad for a few days or in couchbound despair for years -- but also about the biological and neural dynamics involved.”
“It might've been no big deal to the former MER CEO 24 hours ago, but now that he's unemployed, this exactly the sort of stuff that'll get the currently couchbound* John Thain to lean forward** in his sweats, almost spilling his glass*** of Sunny Delight, tell his buddies”
“Into this world steps sportswriter Scott MacDonald, a couchbound "archeologist, combing the cultural ruins" of the 1960s and the abandoned kayaking glories of his youth.”
“We need fewer couchbound, beer drinking, big screen watching, arrogant "Norms" taking misplaced pride in the acheivement of a handful of freaks (pampered within an inch of their lives by government money) and more "local heroes" out there swimming, running and riding regularly.”
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